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  • Muslim station wins Shoah-denial case

    Jewish leaders in South Africa are reacting with dismay after their complaint charging a Muslim radio station with trivializing the Holocaust was rejected.

  • Anti-Israel show on South African TV

    South African TV viewers were subjected to a prime-time Israel bashing session, despite strenuous objections from the South African Jewish Board of Deputies and other groups.

  • Israelis relieved after U.N. conference

    As participants at the World Summit on Sustainable Development prepared to return home, Jewish and Israeli participants could breathe a sigh of relief. The overall impression was that the summit was generally positive for Israel — certainly nothing

  • Palestinians push propaganda at summit

    The focus of Palestinian efforts at the U.N. World Summit on Sustainable Development is clear from a quick visit to the booth reserved for Palestinian NGOs. A visitor can find plenty of anti-Israel tirades. What they can ‘t find is any material related

  • Israel pushes projects at summit

    Israel is hoping its practical experience in dealing with environmental issues will prove attractive to other nations at the U.N. World Summit for Sustainable Development.

  • Protesters disrupt Israeli presentation

    Mirroring the efforts of anti-Israel demonstrators to prevent Jewish groups from participating in last year’s U.N. World Conference Against Racism in Durban, pro-Palestinian demonstrators disrupted an ecological workshop by the JNF at the World Summit for

  • Protests at U.N. conference

    If pro-Israel activists hoped that the U.N. conference on sustainable development would pass without the attacks that characterized last year´s summit against racism, they have been proven wrong. On each of the conference´s first two days, Pal

  • Jews optimistic as U.N. summit opens

    On the eve of the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, some Jewish leaders are optimistic that it will stay focused on development and the environment, rather than turn into a forum for anti-Semitism like last year’s U.N. anti-racism c

  • S. African Jewish leaders join AIDS fight

    South Africa’s Jewish Board of Deputies has joined the fight against HIV/AIDS, which affects an estimated 20 percent of the country’s population of 45 million. “It’s a fight that needs to be won,” national board chairman Russell Gaddin says.

  • Tutu defends his criticism of Israel

    The editor of the South African Jewish Report wrote an open letter to Archbishop Desmond Tutu after the Nobel laureate lashed out at Israeli policies and called for divestment from Israel to oppose its settlement policies.